fagott

noun fa·gott \fäˈgȯt\

Definition of fagott

plural

fagotte

\-ȯtə\
  1. :  bassoon

fagottist

\fəˈgätə̇st\ noun, plural

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Origin and Etymology of fagott

German, from Italian fagotto


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